Huge rush of Umrah pilgrims, it is not possible to get more bookings in Ramadan.In the remaining days of Ramadan, bookings for Umrah or visiting Rasool ﷺ have become full, on the Nasik app.
In the remaining days of Ramadan, the bookings for Umrah or visiting Rasulullah sallallahu alaihi wa sallam have become full. According to the Saudi Gazette, the Nasq electronic application shows that there is no further possibility of getting bookings for Umrah or visiting the Holy Prophet’s Mosque in the remaining days of the holy month of Ramadan, thus all days including the month of Ramadan. Future bookings for performing Umrah or visiting Rawza Sharif in the last ten days of fasting have been completed because Umrah from all parts of the kingdom and the world has been going to the Grand Mosque of Makkah and the Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah since the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan. A large number of visitors are seen.
In this regard, according to the instructions issued by the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah, a permit is mandatory for performing Umrah or going to Rawza Sharif during the holy month of Ramadan, however, obtaining a permit for praying in Masjid al-Haram and Masjid Nabawi ﷺ is mandatory. Not necessarily, the appointment will be taken through Nashik application or Tawakalna application, provided there is no infection of corona virus or contact with an infected person.
Apart from this, Saudi Arabia has issued new instructions for foreign Umrah pilgrims and advised them to completely avoid bringing money, gold, precious stones or metal and other valuable items over 60 thousand riyals and the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah issued a statement. Pilgrims coming from the country to perform Umrah have been prohibited from bringing a number of items with them to Saudi Arabia, with the ministry also advising them to take necessary precautions to avoid financial fraud.
In this regard, the statement issued by the ministry said that foreign pilgrims coming to Saudi Arabia for Umrah should not bring more than 60,000 Rials with them, while gold, precious stones or metal and other valuable items should also be brought with them. Visitors should also exercise caution in downloading banking apps and do not share bank card information with anyone, and avoid transferring money through any unknown sources.
The ministry has instructed visitors to thoroughly check electronic links before making any payment, ignore unknown messages and links, and immediately contact the bank and authorized authorities when fraud is suspected. Contact.